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red mail Button /heaton
Looking for any information about Jack HEATON, who married Gertie BUTTON b.1898 in Theberton Suffolk, they had two children Joyce HEATON who later marr. a man named CROPPER, and Jack HEATON, any information on these folks would be appreciated pleasecontact Susan Button
red mail 17 sonning street
looking for information on a Patrick mccabe thought to be living in sonning street liverpool in 1938, any information would be appreciated , patrick was married to a mary v murphy .
T H EDWARDS - UK to Melbourne, AUS Sept 1908
The passenger list for the White Star ship AFRIC which left Liverpool on 21 Sept 1908 for Australia via the Cape includes the following person : T H EDWARDS single, male and described as a painter. He was booked for Melbourne ( arrival Nov 6 ) although the ship went on to Sydney. Any info regarding his UK origins or what became of him in Aus would be appreciated. ( If he was my missing G'grandfather who did a vanishing act from Burslem, STS around this time he would have been aged about 29 years )
Morgan or Carroll
I am searching for relatives of David Morgan born 1835/6 in ? London. He married Elizabeth Carroll born 1836/7 and she was from Clare Ireland, they had 5 children and settled in Braesnose Road Bootle. According to the 1881 census his occupation was mariner.
Thomas McKay
I am looking for info on Thomas McKay born 1895, died 1923, Liverpool. He married Elizabeth ?????? possably March 1919, had a daughter Daisy born 1919, died 1928. Served in the first world war, Regiment unknown. He had a brother Andrew, and a sister Lily. Father Thomas, mother Annie, NEE Campion
I am looking for information on Elizabeth Mckay, b c1889, (maiden name not known), married to Andrew Mckay, b1888 and their daughter Edith, b1917. Andrew died in 1943 and I believe Edith may have died in the late 1930's, I think that Elizabeth outlived both, but no info to confirm. Dave
Isaac Campion
Can anybody help, I am looking for any information on Isaac Campion, born 1875 Liverpool and married Alice Musker in 1904. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Steve
red mail Arthur William Lee
Looking for decendants of Arthur william Lee,b1879 West derby,Liverpool,parents William Nassau Lee and Mary Thomas.thankyou.
red mail Eliza Mcclean
looking for Eliza Mcclean married Frederick Lee 1847 Liverpool.
red mail william nassau Lee
Any info on William Nassau Lee b1856 Liverpool,also Frederick Edwin Lee.
red mail Edward Joseph Furey b 1907
Looking for any information about my grandfather's brother Edward Joseph FUREY. He was born in Liverpool 08/01/1907 and christened in Our Lady of Reconciliation RC church. His parents were James FUREY and Elizabeth SHAW and his siblings who survived into adulthood were Mary, Elizabeth, Andrew and James. It would seem he was always referred to as Joe and he was in the army where he served in Egypt prior to WW2. Up till then he was still single, though he may have married from about 1940 onwards. He definitely survived the war. However, after this time all trace from may side of the family seems to have been lost and I don't even know whether he stayed in the Liverpool area. I know there was little, if any, contact with his brother Andrew (my grandfather) and his sister Mary, and brother James have long since died leaving no children. However, he may have retained some contact with his sister Elizabeth who married a Richard BROWN. They and their children moved to the Huyton area of Liverpool in the late 1940s or early 1950s. Thanks Paul

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